Elizabeth Emken Quotes.
We have bloated, out-of-control, and unresponsive government agencies that need to be reined in and focused by Congress to deliver results.
My two careers have been very service-oriented.
The way our federal agencies are funded, the way the authorizing of these programs are done, I think needs to be completely revamped.
I’m no fan of what I’ve seen health insurance companies do.
You know, my background, I was at a non-profit for years.
In California, we’ve had a series of millionaires and billionaires and CEOs and movie stars. We need to take a hard look at how we define legitimate and credible candidates.
If we foster business growth and create opportunities, then our economy will again thrive.
I think we need to have more women in the Republican Party talking about what it is we’re trying to do for families.
I think we need to have more women in the Republican Party talking about what it is were trying to do for families.
I’m not a millionaire, a billionaire, a CEO, or a movie star.
Feinstein doesn’t interact with the people at all, and I think it breeds cynicism.
You know what they want in the Central Valley? They want water.
I don’t care what the political establishment says, Republican, Democrat – I’m a problem solver.
I offer something very different from the lifelong career politicians who have worked their way up to run for higher office or those who can parachute in with checks for $5 million or $10 million, and that seems to be the definition of credible or legitimate. I’m rejecting that premise.
I believe both parties are sending the wrong kind of people to Washington, D.C.
I take on daunting tasks.
When you look at a Congress that has an 84 percent disapproval rating, that means that for the most part, the people of this country, and certainly California, are looking for new leadership.
The federal government secures the border; Californians decide how we want to treat our population. I think we need a vibrant guest worker program. If we have one, we’re going to stop having a lot of issues at the border.
I think, of course, all senate races are national races.
What has Dianne Feinstein done… I’ll put my legislative background up against hers any day.
I appeal to everyone who understands what it is to have kids in school, have a mortgage, to work for a living; to have someone in their family or in their life who is less-abled and who is going to need help from the government.
The position of Autism Speaks has been for quite awhile that we need to find out what’s happening. We know there’s a genetic component, and there’s an environmental trigger, and until we get to the bottom of what’s happening, no one knows what causes autism.
My husband and I work for a living.
Part of the problem you have is that you don’t have a dialogue between elected officials and their constituents. They’ve built these barricades, these barriers around themselves and tried to avoid interaction with their constituents.
I’ve got the conservative ideas for putting our country back on track.
We need new energy back in Washington.
I’m a big free-market individual.
Anyone that tells you what does or what doesn’t cause autism is simply not basing that on facts.
My son is a blessing in every way.
What makes autism different is the history of neglect into the disorder. It’s remained such a mystery that science has been very slow to address it.
I believe reduced spending, lower taxation, and economic growth go hand-in-hand.
We all know Sen. Feinstein is out of touch, but just to make it worse, by not embracing today’s technology, she isn’t even connected. Out of touch and disconnected.
My son has autism, and I founded the government relations department at Autism Speaks.
The genetics of autism are real, but there are also environmental triggers.
What’s more difficult than knowing there’s an effective treatment for your children, but you can’t afford to offer it to them because it’s not covered by insurance?
Human suffering is not a competitive sport.
I know how to take good ideas and turn them into sensible law at great odds.
Ironically, if you look at Dianne Feinstein’s profile and you look at my profile, I’m the 99 percent. Dianne Feinstein’s the one percent. She appeals to one percent.
In California, for so long now, our families have been struggling in this economic environment, and Dianne Feinstein, been in office nearly half a century, is out of touch of what women and families are going through in California.